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Posted: April 9th, 2011, 7:02pm Report to Moderator
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I know this is a very basic question, but I am a new RegVac usre and really need an answer if someone could help!
Whilst I want to set RegVac to run automatically once a month (and presumably I do this by using the Novice Zone "Run At Startup" option) I don't want it to open each time I boot-up - which it presently does.
How do I fix this please?
(I note that RegVac has placed itself in my Startup folder.  Is this normal?)
I am running Win7 Pro.
Posted: April 11th, 2011, 9:51am Report to Moderator
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   RegVac has to open each time that you start your computer so that it can check to see if it has been a month yet.  When it sees that it has not been a month, it closes.
   If you do not want that to happen, you will have to use a different means to run RegVac.  There are command-line parameters that can be used when starting RegVac from another program.  RegVac's Help tells about the command-line parameters.
   If you select "Do Not Perform" from "Run at Startup", RegVac will remove itself from the Startup folder.  If you have something other than "Do Not Perform" selected, RegVac will be in the Startup folder.  This is normal.
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Posted: April 11th, 2011, 9:25pm Report to Moderator
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Thank you very much Ray.  This is the info I had been looking for... and I now know what I need to do.

Thanks again - and Best wishes,

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